Starblind

  • by D. T. Dyllin
  • Narrated by Ashley Holt
  • 6 hrs and 59 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Owner of the Chimay grade starship dubbed The Pittsburgh, Captain Jane Sevis is one of the best bounty hunters in the galaxy. Except for the occasional problematic hunt, her life is pretty uncomplicated. When a particularly slippery target reveals the real reason for being in her database, her world is turned upside down in more ways than one. Will she follow her gut and look the other way for the man she may be falling for? Or will their love fall prey to her mercenary heart before it gets a real chance to ignite?

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What the Critics Say

"Dyllin hits all the right notes in this light SF romance, building a universe full of politics and battle while fanning the flames of passion. Fans of both paranormal romance and space opera will find this a refreshing mix of the two." (Publishers Weekly)

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Starblind: Starblind, Book 1

What did you love best about Starblind?

The half-human characters, more precisely, that there were more than one, were in other books it's usually just one side character.


Any additional comments?

The narrator was not my cup of tea...

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- Vaiva

Loved the story, hated the narration

The story line is interesting and different to anything I've come across before. There are elements I'm familiar with, it's based in a space aged era, there are cyborgs (but not human cyborgs, humans have had their genes spliced with other beings to create humans with special abilities. This all combines in an interesting way to create a story that had me always wondering what would happen next.

Jane is very quick to jump in and act which lands her in some interesting situations.
Ash if more of a planner, but he doesn't seem to like telling Jane what the plan in, queue tension and interesting situations.

There's plenty of plot twists and revelations that keep things interesting.

I wasn't a fan of the narration, the phrasing was disjointed with pauses in places that interrupted the flow of the story... repeatedly. I had a really tough time telling what arts were thoughts and what was speech from Jane. At times I couldn't tell which character was speaking, the voices were hard to tell a part. Overall I found it really distracting.

I really liked the story though so I'll definitely be looking for book two but I'll switch to eBooks if the narrator remains the same.

This book was supplied free by the author/narrator/publisher and I voluntarily wrote this honest review.

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- Claire

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-19-2017
  • Publisher: Tik Tok Press